Thanks, guys for responding. Yes, I agree with Ferdinand. I should have stated more clearly my reasons for another website. I in no way want to imply that anything is lacking here, except that the format is not the most conducive to reach certain super-busy newbies / fence straddlers.
Consider this. Trads are super busy (as Matthew says). You have to first get them to even consider that there may be another side to the argument. Then, if you're lucky, you have once chance to get them to go to a website (or something). Once there, it seems to me that you have about 2 minutes before they lose interest in not being able to have the summary arguments clearly laid out, or find the answer to that objection that is really eating at them (and makes them so mistrustful of us in the first place). Now a discussion board like this is excellent for people who really want to go in-depth, but, because of its format, it may not be so effective with people on the fence who "aren't even sure what the big deal is anyway?"
So: with all that said, I am considering reaching out to the people here in St. Marys any which way I can, maybe using a tactic similar to the brave souls who recently put an ad in the St. Marys tar, or maybe other tactics Similar to that ad, I want to direct them to a website - but one in which it is super easy to get the "big picture" right off the bat, without having to check thread after thread to guess where they ought to begin.
Frankly, another part of me wants a website for this reason: unlike this board, I may not allow responses / posts. After all, the SSPX propaganda engines do not allow the other side of the argument. Why should I allow a blog-style system which may very well dissuade a newbie from further consideration. Unfair? Cowardly? Maybe, but I am concerned about the practical results.